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I worked with Bernard briefly this
morning around11 AM when he called.
I suggested that he use his cell phone
as a "hot spot" and connect
his computer to that instead of his COX
He did that and reported that that
solved the problem!
So I told him he now had proof that it
was a COX problem.
He called me back a little later and
reported that when he
disconnected from his hot-spot and
to his COX cable that the COX problem
So I mention this mainly to provide you
with a way to test if you
should ever have a similar problem.
Bernard is now able to work as he used
And yes... This was really weird...
On 8/20/2020 18:53, Bernard Miller
I could use some help from the group. I
have a real head scratcher going on.
- I cannot
access my video controller or my power controller remotely.
- I have
tried 4 different computers on two different networks with
- Though I
cannot access these devices, others can. Howard and Jim
Collins were able to access my video feed. Can each of you
try accessing 126.96.36.199:4301 and let me know if you can
see my video feed.
- I cannot
Remote Desktop to my computer, but I can TeamViewer into it.
- Once I am
connected to the DSNM computer via TeamViewer, I can then
access my video and power controllers.
- I have tried
restarting my computer and restarting the router. Neither
If any of you have any ideas I would love
to hear them. This is just weird beyond words, especially the
fact I have tried on four different computers on two different
networks and yet others can access my video controller.
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